What is a Moissanite?

What is a Moissanite?

Moissanite? At this point, you probably have heard of this amazing diamond alternative. Moissanites are not fake diamonds as they have their own chemical properties and originally was discovered in trace amounts on Earth from a meteorite.

What is A Moissanite?

In 1893 a trace amount of Moissanite was found in a meteorite that came to Earth. It possesses such fire, brilliance, and luster far greater than that of a diamond, it sparkles unlike any other gemstone on Earth. The moissanite is made up of carbon and silicon, it is also one of the hardest known elements. This makes it resistant to scratching, chipping, and breaking. It's also very durable and it sparkles not only rival diamonds but outshines a diamond. Moissanite costs a fraction of a diamond and is measured in mm versus carat weight.


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